It is normal that the vendor string for Microtek scanners consists
of eight spaces. However, normally the model is specified more
exact, for instance 'Scanner 636A4'. If it is a model which should be
supported by the microtek2 backend, it won't work at all until this
model is known to the backend. Thus it would be interesting what
The backend does some checks on the inquiry information, and refuses
to work if it finds information, that it doesn't expect. For instance
the models it supports are all SCSI-2 devices, and therefore
it checks for an ANSI SCSI revision of 02.
Does anybody have an idea, why /proc/scsi/scsi says revision 04 ?
Then the backend checks for a model code. You should enable
debugging (set SANE_DEBUG_MICROTEK2=30) to get the model code, once
you get past the check for the SCSI version.
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